100_0434The Brewers program provides a character and academic based opportunity for student athletes interested in the persuit of high school and college preparatory baseball skills and academics.

The Ventura County Brewers an independent high school and college prep baseball program will be starting its 2016 Minor league fall season in early July and running through November.Our 2016 fall program is targeted for pre-high school and high school players approximately16 and under who wish to succeed athletically at the high school level as preparation for future placement at the college and professional level.Tryouts will be conducted in mid-July.Players will be required to participate in one of two tryouts.

Both the Major and Minor league Brewers are made up of local high school and pre-High School players which are a close knit group of committed student athletes dedicated to the development of academic and athletic skills.Managed by former professional and UCLA player Rocky Hall,the program distinguishes itself by offering opportunities of college level practices along with a strong Fall Sunday league schedule.

The Brewers have formed strategic alliances with high school coaches tp provide opportunities for qualified players.The cost of the ten week program is designed to be affordable and assessible to those players dedicated to team concept and higher education.The Brewers,while maintaining a limited roster to assure quality of the program,have roster openings for the coming fall season.Since the Brewers is an academic and college preparatory baseball program,the coaches require all players to achieve a GPA of 3.0 or higher.Those interested in submitting an application may refer to the contact page.